Mother of Missing 8-Year-Old Corona Boy Pleads Not Guilty

April 15, 2019 - 10:05 am

On Monday, Jillian Marie Godfrey pleads not guilty to child cruelty in connection with son Noah McIntosh’s death investigation.

She was in Riverside Superior Court.

Corona police believe Noah McIntosh was murdered by his father, although they’ve yet to find his body.

Arraignment was scheduled to take place Monday morning for the mother of a missing 8-year-old Corona boy who police believe was killed by his father.

It was Jillian Godfrey who called police last month to ask them to do a welfare check on her son, Noah McIntosh.

He had been with his father Bryce McIntosh, who has since been charged with his torture-murder.

He has pleaded not guilty.

Godfrey reportedly documented the abuse he was imposing on Noah on her cell phone.

Based on evidence they've gathered so far, investigators believe McIntosh killed his son, but they have yet to find the boy's remains.

McIntosh is said to have purchased a large trash can, acid, and drain opener around the time the boy disappeared.

Similar items were found in a remote area his cell phone allegedly showed he visited during the same time. 

Earlier in April, Bryce Daniel McIntosh was due in court in Riverside to answer to a charge of murder in connection with his son’s death.

The arraignment had been rescheduled for today for Bryce Daniel McIntosh, who has been charged with his torture and murder.

Through his attorney, McIntosh pleaded not guilty to child abuse and murder in connection with his son Noah’s death.

He’s due back in court April 16.

-KNX 1070 and CNS